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Favorite Heirlooms: a 100-year old glass goblet
If I were a children’s author, I would write a story about how our family heirloom – a glass goblet etched with shofars, that my paternal Bubbe bought in about 1915 in Reading, Massachusetts – wound up in Long Branch, New Jersey more than a hundred years later. The tale would begin about 1905 when…
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